If you want to go shopping in Sabah, then head to Kota Kinabalu, as all major malls and shopping centres are located in this area. Bigger shopping malls here offer everything and anything from food and clothes to knick knacks and souvenirs. Moreover, they also include entertainment services such as restaurants and cinemas. If you want to buy something specific such as books or electronic items, then there are definite shops that sell only these items. Consumer electronics are quite cheap in Malaysia, and so people throng to buy them. Also, as watersports, diving, trekking is very popular in Sabah - equipment related to these recreational sports are also much sought after and available at numerous sports outlets.
Centre Point ( Visit Site )
One stop shopping and dining centre, Growball Cinemax entertainment centre and theatre.
Borneo Trading Post ( Visit Site )
Handicrafts, consumables, collectibles, sports gear, spa accessories, and keepsakes
Borneo Books ( Visit Site )
Books and crafts (sarongs, wood carvings, souvenirs, and local pottery).
Wawasan Plaza Shopping Mall
Affiliated with Tang Dynasty Hotel, Exclusive Handicraft centre on the first floor and more than 100 retail shops offering a variety of products.
Likas Square Mall ( Visit Site )Multi-shopping centre with 60 shops. An array of retail shops selling different kinds of products. Facilities available for shopping as well as business purposes (arranging meetings and events), Likas Square Condotel Hotel situated in the complex.Address: 1, Lorong Likas Square, Jalan Istiadat Likas, 88400 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Wisma Merdeka Complex
Antiques, old clocks, watches, colonial hats, locally made pottery artefacts, souvenirs, arts and crafts, jewellery, books, bowling alley, and restaurants.
Eastern Plaza Shopping Centre (Visit Site)Souvenirs, clothes, coral shell handicrafts, bowling alley, Cineplex, departmental stores, food court, entertainment centre, supermarket, one-stop shopping and relaxing experience.Address: Eastern Plaza Jalan Kuhara 91000 Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia
Sabah and its surrounding regions are famous for handicrafts and souvenirs made by local tribes. A small number of markets and shopping streets in Sabah support these indigenous groups by presenting the products made by them, 'Tamu Market', a Sunday Market, is one of such markets. Here you can buy special local stuff like betel nuts, exotic fruits, vegetables, dried and fresh fish, sarongs, etc., Gaya Street, another Sunday Market in the capital city of Kota Kinabalu, is the most famous market for street shopping. Every Sunday, the street is closed for traffic as a trade fair is held here to sell products like traditional fabrics, antiques, souvenirs, fruits, flowers, arts and crafts, footwear, and herbs.
Donggonggon Open Market
Night Food Market ( Visit Site )
Sunday Market (Gaya Street)